Leopard Link

Larsen Elementary News - Sun, 02/04/2018 - 1:03pm

The February Leopard Link is found on the "Newsletters" Tab, to the right.  Please read to get caught up on the latest news and events happening at Larsen Elementary!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

National School Breakfast Week

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Sun, 02/04/2018 - 8:48am

We are so excited to participate in National School Breakfast Week on March 5th–March 9th!

Mark your calendar for National School Breakfast Week!  "This year’s theme, 'I Heart School Breakfast,' encourages parents, students, and school officials to get social over school breakfast.  Speaking a language kids understand, we’re ready to show-and-tell all the benefits of a healthy school breakfast." 

Parents, if you are receiving free and reduced lunch, you ALSO get free and reduced breakfast!  When you use these services, it benefits our school.

https://schoolnutrition.org/Meetings/Events/NSBW/2018/

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

PTA Family Arts Night at Spanish Oaks

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Sun, 02/04/2018 - 8:42am
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Our PTA Family Arts Night at Spanish Oaks was a huge success!  Students brought their families and had a great time together doing art!  There were opportunities for:  rolled paper art, paper geometric sculptures, print making, "how to draw" table, dot art, duct tape wallets, and origami!  A very special "thank you" to Julie Olson for arranging and organizing this amazing evening for our students and their families!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

6th Grade Moon Party

Foothills Elementary News - Sat, 02/03/2018 - 7:28pm
Attributions: Kate Elliott
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Sixth-grade students showed up at school at 6 o'clock in the morning to see the super blue blood moon eclipse. Unfortunately, it was too cloudy to see the eclipse. We enjoyed the donuts, the hot chocolate and the good company.

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Second Grade Problem Solvers

Orchard Hills Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 4:11pm
Attributions: Eileen Lisonbee
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Mrs. Lisonbee's second graders worked on word problems today in math.  My students became a crew of problem solvers!  They were incredible at solving 2 digit addition word problems.

Categories: Elementary, Santaquin

Spirit Day Winner - Mrs. Blackhurst

Hobble Creek Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 3:38pm
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Way to show your school pride!

Categories: Elementary, Mapleton

February Explorer Events Newsletter

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 3:35pm

Please click on the "school news" link, and on the "pull down menu" you will find our February Explorer Events Newsletter.   

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

East Meadows Science Fair Winners

East Meadows Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 3:27pm
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We are so proud of the amazing students here at East Meadows! 

They all worked so hard on their projects!  The projects were all so interesting and informative! I'm sure it was hard for our judges to decide! We are only able to take 16 on to the District Level. We would love to have taken more!

Congratulations to the 16 going on!

Kenna Feland, Dallin Manning & Cash Anderson, Sadie Teller, Alex Critchlow, Brynlee Thomson, Maximus Beagley & Mason Campbell, Izabel Guzman, Nathan Miller, Logan Hansbrow & Collin Craig, Jordan Bakker, Lincoln Gillespie, Samuel Woidka, Austin Smith & Allen Holley, Patrick Smith & Kona Hiatt, Sofia Colton and Jordan Duersch.

Good luck to all of these students that are moving on to the District Level!!!

Thanks again to the parents, student and facutly that made this all possible!

#emmustangpride #runningahead #eastmeadows

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

East Meadows Science Fair

East Meadows Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 3:11pm
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Today we held our East Meadows Science Fair.

Our participation was amazing!!! We are so proud of our students and the awesome projects that they did!

Thanks to all of those who helped to make this a great learning experience!

#emmustangpride #runningahead

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

February Newsletter

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 3:01pm
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Hello Parents, 

Welcome to February!  I can’t believe that we are this far into the school year.  With spring on its way in 6 weeks, hopefully in 6 weeks, we anticipate many more great things happening here at Sierra Bonita.  I am impressed with the great students we have in our school and the great support they get from each of you!  Thanks for all you do!

 

SEP Conferences

Our SEP conferences will be held on March 1st.  These will be student led conferences so there will be no sign-ups for this conference.  We recommend that those whose last name that starts with A-L to come any time from 3:30-5:30 and M-Z to come any time between 6-8.  We understand that this time does not work for everyone so if you need to come to the other session that is fine.  We are just trying to prevent too much congestion.  Teachers will be eating dinner from 5:30-6.  

Lost and Found Items:  We have several items in our lost and found back by the lunchroom.  Please have your students take a moment to look for their lost items.  You are welcome to come in and look for items as well that are your childs’.  If items continue to increase and become too many, we will donate these items to Tabitha’s Way.

PTA News:

Box Tops week will be February 5th-9th.  Please bring in any Box Tops you may have to your classroom teacher.  Prizes will be awarded to the class with the most Box tops brought in. 

Next PTA Meeting:  February 14th at 9:15 am. 

School Community Council

Our next SCC meeting will be on February 21st at 11:40. 

We are in the process of reviewing our goals for next year and making needed changes to help our students succeed. 

Pick-Up Zone & Parking

We appreciate the efforts of all parents and staff members in providing for the safety of students in our drop-off and pick up zones. Please help us to ensure that all students are accompanied by an adult when crossing through the pick-up zone.  Also, thank you for reserving our handicapped parking spaces for those who have need for these parking stalls. We remind you to please park in a parking stall if you need to leave your vehicles to come inside the school.  This allows the flow of the drop-off and pick-up areas to be maintained and keeps vehicles moving forward and not needing to back up!  We have great appreciation for everyone’s efforts to increase safety in our parking lots and drop off and pick-up zones before and after school.  Winter weather creates a greater need for caution and patience as we come to and from school! 

Note: By law, bus zones cannot be used as drop off and pick up zones even if there are no buses present!

 

School Checkout Procedures

Please follow the following procedures when you need to check a student out from school before the end-of-school bell rings.  First, share with an office secretary that an early checkout is necessary, second, fill out information and sign name on the checkout sheet located in the office area, and third, wait in the office area until your student arrives in the office. Thank you.

 

Students Walking, Riding Bicycles/Scooters & Crosswalks

We have many students who are walking and riding bicycles/scooters to school each day. We have provided training for students to use sidewalks and to follow the instructions of adult supervisors and our crossing guards. We have instructed students to use the crosswalk in front of the school when crossing 1800 East. Faculty members will serve as crossing guards at this crosswalk. We ask that all parents please instruct their children on these and other safety measures to better ensure that students safely make their way to and from school each day.

 

Spirit Day

We have school spirit at Sierra Bonita, and have designated each Friday as our School Spirit Day. We have nice school shirts and encourage children to wear their school shirts (this year’s and past years’ shirts) or school colors (blue and maroon) on Fridays.  We have a lot to be proud of at Sierra Bonita and want to do all we can to build school pride.

 

Extracurricular Activities:

Look for information about our Spring robotics classes coming home soon. 

 

Calendar of Events for February

 

Monday-Friday February 5-19……….…………………...…………..……….…….……… . . . . . Box Top Drive

 

Friday, February 9 ………...…...…..………………………………….………...…….Birthday Lunch for February

 

Wednesday, February 14……….…………………...…………..……….…….……………….….. PTA Meeting at 9:15

 

Friday, February 16..…....……………………….……………. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Picture Day

 

Monday, February 19……………………………………………………….….. . . . . . . . No School-President’s Day

 

Wednesday, February 21……….…………………...…………..……….…….5th and 6th Grade Science Fair.

 

Tuesday, February 22 …………………………………………………… . . . Schoolwide Field Trip to UVU (1st-6th)

 

Thursday, March 1st ………...…...…..………………………………….………...…….Student Lead Conferences

 

Monday-Friday, February 26th-March 2nd  …………………………………… . . . . . . . . Scholastic Bookfair in Gym.

Park's 2018 Teacher of the Year

Park Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 2:59pm
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Last week, Park staff nominated and then voted on a Park Teacher of the Year for the 2017-2018 school year. The Teacher of the Year for Park is Ms. Carrie Dunn. Here are what a few of her colleagues said about her:

“She is amazing. She puts so much time and effort to understand her students and to meet their needs. She is great to work with. She has a positive word for everyone. She is always willing to help. She is always trying to learn more and improve her skills.”

“She is always going above and  beyond the expectation of a teacher. She is involved in multiple ways to help our school and faculty. She does whatever anyone needs and always smiles about it.”

“She has an amazingly organized classroom and creative ideas. My daughter saw her snowman Leader in Me done by her students in the hall and was impressed. She comes early and even comes in on weekends, etc. She has a radiant smile on her face and shows true patience for her students.”

Park wouldn’t be as amazing as it is with Ms. Dunn! We are so lucky that we get to call her a Park Panther. This award is very much deserved.
Congratulations Ms. Dunn!

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Bulldog Pride in January

Barnett Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 2:55pm
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Barnett Bulldogs held their Bulldog Pride Assembly this past Wednesday.  Students that are top dogs and leaders of the month are nominated by their teachers. It is so hard to choose since we are a great school filled with amazing leaders! Congratulations to those students who worked so hard and were recognized as Top Dogs and Leaders of the month. At these assemblies we also recognize those that have moved up reading levels, the leader of pack points, pick of the pack and our Alpha Dogs! Congrats to our Alpha Dog winners Mr. Talbot and Mrs. Spencer! 

Categories: Elementary, Payson

February Mayor Award

Payson Junior High School News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 2:45pm

The recipient of the Mayor Award for February is PJHS student Bryson Jensen. Bryson was selected for this award because of his positivity, friendliness, and determination. Here's what some of Bryson's teachers have to say about him: 

Bryson is in my English class.  He is such a good student.  He does his work, stays on task, and is a good friend to his classmates.  He is also quite the artist.  For his Martin Luther King Junior project, he drew a picture on a poster board of MLK for the wall. He is a great guy. I am so happy I get to teach him. – Ms. DeGraffenried

Bryson has been in my social studies classes the last two years and also on my wrestling team. I have seen him work through some very tough situations and succeed. He has learned to overcome discouragement by keeping a positive attitude. Bryson is friendly and works well with others. I wholeheartedly recommend Bryson for this award. - Mr. Ward

Bryson is determined to always do his best.  He works hard to finish his work and do it to the best of his ability. – Mr. Houston

Bryson is good at asking for help when he needs it. He works very hard to keep up his grades. He is also great at art. I love to see the beautiful pictures he creates. He is always polite to teachers and other students. – Mrs. Sepos

Congratulations, Bryson! Thank you for being an example to all of us here at PJHS.

Categories: Payson, Secondary

Fiiz Friday Winners! 2/2/2018

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 2:16pm
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Congrats to our Fiiz Friday winners, Kambrie, Kara, Jessica, & AJ. Each of these awesome students currently has a 4.0 GPA. 

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Newsletter Correction Both Basketball Games are at Home Tonight!

Salem Hills High School News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 2:00pm

Girls Basketball will start at 5:15 at Salem Hills

Boy's Basketball will start at 7:00 at Salem Hills

See you at the game tonight!!

Categories: Salem, Secondary

Science Fair Assembly

East Meadows Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 1:38pm
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We had a very interesting Science Fair Assembly on Thursday--it was a kick off to our Science Fair that is happening Friday!

We had a special visitor, Mark Killpack from the Engineering Department at BYU come and present our assembly. It was so interesting and the students loved it. They learned so much. We apprciate the time and talent that was shared with our students!

#emmustangpride #runningahead 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Praise Note Students For The Week Of January 29, 2018

Brookside Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 12:42pm
Attributions: Mrs. Dana Beckert

These students are awesome and did praiseworthy acts this week. Charlotte Brady comes to school on time, Ethan Howes is kind to others and is a great thinker, Kera Patterson is a quiet worker, Korgan Howell stays on task, Maddix Thatcher is always a great example and does his best work, Josie Whiting picked up other students trash in the lunchroom, Madelyn Oman has been working very hard in her class, she has a smile on her face everyday, Jens Cutler picked up a lot of trash in the lunch room.

Thank you for all you do to work hard and improve yourselves and our school.

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Students of the Week - February 2nd

Hobble Creek Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 12:05pm
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Categories: Elementary, Mapleton

We Learn: 6th Grade Engineering Fair

Cherry Creek Elementary News - Fri, 02/02/2018 - 11:15am
Attributions: by Stephanie Truscott
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The first ever 6th grade Engineering Fair was held today, and students were interviewed and judged by volunteer engineers! In years past, 6th graders would participate in the Science Fair to learn about the scientific method. Since a change in the core curriculum this year, students now learn science with a focus on engineering and problem solving. The requirements were simple: think of a problem you face in daily living, and build a product that will help with that problem. They documented their materials, processes, and trials to find out if their product was effective. What they came up with was impressive to see!

Categories: Elementary, Springville

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